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Luce (2019)

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**_A slightly repetitive, but nonetheless...
Friday, February 19, 2021

**_A slightly repetitive, but nonetheless fascinating societal drama that rewards concentration_** >_One of my key concerns with_ Luce_, and intertwined with exploring identity, is exploring power – who has it, who doesn't, and how our institutions uphold the rigid systems of power that disadvantage certain demographics. So much of the dialogue in our culture right now is about confronting systems of power that disenfranchise women, the LGBTQIA community, people of colour, people with disabilities, and a myriad of other marginalised groups. Luce explores how life can be experienced by those_ _on the receiving end of exploitative and unfair power dynamics._ - Julius Onah; Press Notes Trump's America, such as it is, is a place where the intolerance, xenophobia, and hatred that once existed in the shadows, now proudly parades around in daylight, a red baseball cap on its head, an American flag draped around its shoulders. As a result, issues such as race, gender, and class have become more incendiary...

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